Hodgson promises Zaha full backing over online attacks
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has promised Wilfried Zaha the club's full backing after the forward received racist abuse and threats on social media following his side's Premier League draw with Arsenal.
Stars reunite as past, present, future meet at History of Football
It was advertised as one of the biggest appetisers to the FIAF World Cup scheduled to kick off in Russia on June 14 and at the end of the day guests at the sprawling Multichoice complex in Randburg, South Africa agreed that within the next 14 days football fans would be in for an offering…
Palace make unwanted history as Davis ruins Hodgson's debut
Former England boss Hodgson was taking charge of Palace for the first time following his appointment on Tuesday as successor to the sacked Frank De Boer.
Allardyce casts shadow over Premier League action
Premier League chiefs will hope attention returns to on-field matters this weekend after an uncomfortable few days in the spotlight for English football.
New England manager doesn´t have to be British, says Rooney
Wayne Rooney says England’s new manager does not have to be English, following the resignation of Roy Hodgson after his team’s poor Euro 2016 campaign.
Southgate favourite to replace humiliated Hodgson
National Under-21 coach Gareth Southgate is the early favourite of a not very long list of mooted candidates to replace Roy Hodgson as coach of England following their embarrassing exit at Euro 2016.
Iceland's 'Gunnar' on England's Euro 2016 radar
England coach Roy Hodgson is keeping a wary eye on the powerful throw-ins of Iceland's bearded captain Aron Gunnarsson ahead of their Euro 2016 clash.
Hodgson says 'someone will pay' for England frustration
England manager Roy Hodgson vowed that a looming Euro 2016 opponent will "pay" for his side's domination of games but failure to score.